European markets set to open flat after sliding in previous session

European markets set to open flat after sliding in previous session

london european stocks are set to open mostly flat on friday as concerns over monetary policy the coronavirus and china’s tech crackdown linger the ftse 100 is seen higher by four points the dax in germany is set to slip by 33 points and the cac 40 in france is seen up by eight points according to data from ig it comes as s p 500 futures point to a flat open in the u.s also thursday’s trading was marked by volatility as investors digested news of a potential tightening in monetary policy this year and a deteriorating health situation as the delta covid variant continues to spread the pan-european stock 600 ended the day 1.7 lower while the s p 500 managed to snap a two-day losing streak finishing regular trading in the green goldman sachs says buy these six semiconductor stocks as they report strong demand should regular investors buy gold like palantir we asked some experts this european stock is up 100 year-to-date one analyst says it will continue to soar meanwhile stocks in asia’s trading session friday were mostly lower after china left its benchmark lending rate unchanged in addition the tougher scrutiny over technology continues in china with a new data protection law approved on friday back in europe germany’s finance minister said friday the economy is on track for a lasting and strong recovery in the third quarter there will be new growth figures for germany out next week in corporate deals the british supermarket morrison’s greenlit a takeover offer of 7 billion euros 9.5 billion dollars from us-based private equity group clayton do billiard and rice on the data front there will be retail sales figures out in the uk at 7 00 am london time as well as public sector net borrowing numbers
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European markets set to open flat after sliding in previous session

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